Illegal Aliens Storm the Beach in San Diego, Second Attempt Thwarted

Illegals Storm Beach in PangaCNS News – by Craig Bannister

Illegal aliens successfully landed on a San Diego beach in a panga boat on Monday and ran to shore – but, when another group tried the same thing on Tuesday, U.S. Customs and Border (CBP) agents were waiting for them.

Around 7am Monday morning, a horde of illegal aliens stormed a San Diego beach after coming ashore in a panga boat. They sprinted across the beach and climbed over a wall, entering the city.  

Then, about 1am Tuesday morning, a second panga boat filled with 20 illegal aliens was intercepted about off the coast of San Diego County by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents.Seven of the illegal aliens were spotted by helicopter and later apprehended several blocks from the beach; the CBP is still looking for at least ten more who remain at-large.

CBP Air Interdiction Agents in an OAM Multi-role Enforcement Aircraft (MEA) King Air 350ER spotted the 30-foot panga around 30 miles from the coastal city of Del Mar.  The MEA crew directed two OAM Interceptor boats to the panga’s location.

The OAM boats caught up with and stopped the panga about 12 miles west of the city of Oceanside at around 2:30 a.m.  The United States Coast Guard Cutter Tern was also in the area providing information and assistance.

Illegal Aliens Captured Off San Diego Coast

The panga and passengers were taken to the Oceanside Harbor where they were turned over to the U.S. Border Patrol for processing. There were 13 men and seven women on board.  All were Mexican nationals except two men were from Guatemala and one man was from El Salvador.  The passengers’ ages ranged from 20 to 51. Two men from the panga will be prosecuted for human smuggling.

Panga boats are small fishing boats with outboard motors used in Central American waters.


11 thoughts on “Illegal Aliens Storm the Beach in San Diego, Second Attempt Thwarted

  1. I wish every one of those criminal bastards was sprayed with machine gun fire! If any of them drop dead, I won’t shed a tear.

  2. “… spotted the 30-foot panga around 30 miles from the coastal city of Del Mar.”

    Worked a carnival in Del Mar for almost a month back in ’99. Hardest job I’ve ever had.

      1. Actually, the rest of the crew were So. Cal tweakers – all Americans for some reason.

        Putting up and tearing down those rides was a b#tch. Some of those pieces were really heavy. Running them was a piece of cake.

        I used to run the Paratrooper. I had a button I could push to crank it up a notch or two.

        Had three pukers on my best day ever. 🙂

        1. “Running them was a piece of cake.”

          You must have been tempted to nip on the bottle (I know I would have been)
          A bunch of my friends were hurt on a roller coaster in coney island because a drunk operator didn’t pull a brake lever, and their coaster slammed into another one that was loading more people…lol

          1. “You must have been tempted to nip on the bottle”

            Not even, JR. My drinking days were long over by that time. My tweaking days had ended just the year before (can fix SOME kinds of stupid, after all), so me and my friend Big Mike were the only two of the entire crew who weren’t tweakers. We both went green only about the same time. Worked the carnival that whole summer, till the end of October.

            I never injured anyone, just made ’em puke now and again.

            Heh, heh, heh…

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